Blueair Air Purifiers Deliver Invigorating Air When The Training Gets Tough In Gyms
Blueair air purifiers deliver a breath of invigoratingly cleaner air when the training gets tough for Sweden’s America’s Cup elite athlete preparing for the challenge in their gym on Bermuda. Blueair has donated two top performing Pro air purifiers to the Artemis Team as it prepares its challenge for the world's oldest sporting trophy.
Air Pollution Strikes Across Europe As 2017 Kicks Off
A quick snapshot of urban air quality around Europe on the first day of the new year reveals that cities such as Salzburg, Chamonix, Berlin, Amsterdam, Krakow, Madrid and Oslo all saw their citizens suffering severe air pollution.
Air Pollution Tech Poised To Help Change Our Lives in 2017, says Blueair
International clean air specialist Blueair says new tech and growing awareness of the cradle-to-grave consequences of air pollution will help indoor air purification go mainstream in 2017
High Velocity Cold And Flu Bugs In The Cloud Are Nothing To Sneeze At, Warns Blueair
A violent sneeze can spray clouds of fluids containing hundreds of viruses from a person’s nose and mouth that will travel up to eight meters (26.2 feet), according to MIT scientists, but an efficient air purifier with Hepa filter could help reduce the risk of infection, says air purification specialist Blueair.
Pour assainir l’air des mauvais jours
Les études internationales ont démontré que les particules polluantes industrielles et des transports appauvrissent la qualité de l'air des villes du monde entier, avec des répercussions nuisibles sur la santé humaine. Mais si notre influence sur la pollution des rues est limitée, nous pouvons cependant créer des havres d'intérieur plus sains, explique Blueair.
Paris, Mexico City, Madrid and Athens mayors agree to phase out diesel-powered cars and trucks by 2025 to help improve air quality
Blueair today said a decision by the mayors of Paris, Mexico City, Madrid and Athens to clamp down on diesel fuel use is a significant step forward in tackling air pollution and traffic. Bengt Rittri, who has seen the company he founded 20 years ago become a world air purification leader, said he applauds every initiative that can help reduce the impact of air pollution on people's health.
Blueair describes new UK study stating traffic pollutants provoke asthma in children as 'alarming'
Blueair has described a recently published UK study saying there is now sufficient evidence to link traffic pollution to development of childhood asthma as 'alarming'. The study harvested and analyzed data from some 41 epidemiological studies in a number of countries, including the USA, Sweden, Germany, Holland and Britain.
Blueair Launches ‘Clean Air For Everyone’ Program With Donation Of 200 Air Purifiers To Schools In India's capital city, Delhi
Blueair has made an immediate donation of 200 Blueair air purifiers that will benefit the lives of around 10,000 school children in schools across Delhi, the Indian capital. Going forward, Blueair is studying ways to make the program sustainable by encouraging like-minded corporations interested in improving the health of school children to partner in joint air pollution battling programs.
Blueair says new American study indicates HEPA air purifiers may help control kids asthma
Over 235 million children, women and men around the world suffer asthma. Now a new American report says that purifying indoor air may help children with asthma avoid attacks and that reducing exposure to pollutants and allergens may be as effective as medications in controlling the respiratory disease.
Blueair calls for urgent action on air pollution following UNICEF report that toxic air quality is killing 600,000 children aged under five ever year
Blueair calls for urgent action by world leaders globally to reduce the impact of air pollution on the lives of children. The plea came in response to a new report issued Monday by UNICEF, which said 600,000 children under five are dying each year due to outdoor and indoor air pollution.
Delhi air quality worsens, soaring to ‘severe’ levels
Air quality in Delhi, the Indian capital, reached ‘severe’ levels this weekend prompting the Ministry of Earth Sciences to issue a health warning and urge citizens to take immediate precautionary measures.
Air pollution in Africa now more deadly than malnutrition, says OECD study
The human and economic costs of air pollution in Africa are growing fast, and already surpass the costs associated with unsafe sanitation or underweight children, according to a newly published OECD Development Centre study on the Cost of Air Pollution in Africa.